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Photo Tip: Long focal length
Depth of field is shortened when using long focal length lenses. So, when a high aperture (i.e., f5.6 to f2.8) is used in combination with selective focus, as in the kangaroo shot, then the subject almost jumps out because the background is softened by being totally out of focus.
Around Australia: (William Creek)
The towns, ruins and homesteads all make potentially great images. Marree and Oodnadatta are colourful outback towns. This image is from William Creek Races.
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